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The University Interscholastic League released the conference cutoff numbers and preliminary enrollment figures for the 2018-2020 reclassification and realignment. The 2018-20 alignments will be released Thursday, Feb. 1, for football and basketball. District alignments for other activities will be released in the order of their seasons. More information about UIL alignments can be found at more
The East Texas Gem & Mineral Society will host its 22nd annual gem, jewelry, rock, mineral and fossil show Jan. 26-28 at the Tyler Rose Garden Center. There’s lots to see and experience at the annual exhibition, according to ETGMS member and event co-organizer Pete Keiser of Kilgore. Attractions range from member displays and educational demonstrations to dealer booths showcasing a wide variety of jewelry and materials for sale. more
Mayor Bill Lacy of Troup passed away before his vision could be fulfilled.  Under his leadership, hundreds of people who live, work and play in the Troup area voiced their “concerns and solutions” in meetings and surveys.  Kathy Dowdy Holdway, President of A Circle of Ten, Inc. is proud to announce that efforts to increase local opportunities are continuing with youth, housing, literacy and business opportunities at the top of the list of priorities.  more
A member of the Smith County Commissioners Court will have her day in court soon after allegedly assaulting an elderly woman last April. The incident involving Commissioner JoAnn Hampton, 60, currently representing Smith County Precinct 4, occurred on Sunday, April 2, inside of the pastor’s office at Spring Creek Baptist Church in the 13000 block of County Road 46 in Smith County. more
The governing body of Bullard Independent School District has reorganized its officers after a special meeting last week. The Bullard ISD Board of Trustees met for a special meeting Wednesday, Jan. 10, inside the Bullard ISD Administration’s board room to discuss the vacancy left in the Place 3 seat. more
When the Christmas season comes around, many people search for venues or neighborhoods filled with seasonal lighting displays that fill the heart with the warmth and spirit of the holiday. One such business, although located in Tyler, has a Bullard connection, as Bullard resident Michael Bass, along with his business partner, Brad Thurston, operate the Tyler Lights drive-through Christmas light display, located at 12880 County Road 192. more
With the spring semester of the 2017-2018 school year now underway, students attending Bullard Independent School District schools are back in the classroom. Additionally, Bullard ISD is bringing back a tool designed to keep parents and community members informed about the district’s happenings, as the social media platforms for Bullard ISD and its six main campuses are back online. The announcement regarding the revitalization of the district’s social media pages was made in a post on the Bullard ISD Facebook page. more
Members of the Bullard community will be able to show their support to the Bullard Future Farmers of America organization, as several student handmade projects, as well as merchandise from local business and student work groups, will hit the auction block at the annual Bullard FFA Labor and Merchandise Auction Saturday, Jan. 27, inside the Bullard Elementary School Cafeteria. more
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